Brooklyn Nets accomplishments and records

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The Brooklyn Nets are an American professional basketball franchise based in Brooklyn, New York. The team plays in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Accomplishments[edit]

Hall of Fame[edit]

Brooklyn Nets Basketball Hall of Fame
Players
Name Position Tenure Inducted
24 Rick Barry F 1970–72* 1987
10 Nate Archibald G 1976–77 1991
32 Julius Erving F 1973–76* 1993
21 Bob McAdoo C 1981 2000
3 Dražen Petrović G 1990–93 2002
34 Mel Daniels C 1976 2012
22
30
Bernard King F 1977–79
1992–93
2013
Coaches
Name Position Tenure Inducted
Lou Carnesecca Coach 1970–73* 1992
Chuck Daly Coach 1992–94 1994
Larry Brown Coach 1981–83 2002

*Played or coached for the franchise during its time in the ABA.

Retired numbers[edit]

Brooklyn Nets retired numbers
Player Position Tenure Number retired
3 Dražen Petrović G 1990–93 November 11, 1993
4* Wendell Ladner F 1974–75 September 1975
5 Jason Kidd G 2001–08 October 17, 2013
23 John Williamson G 1973–80 December 7, 1990
25 Bill Melchionni G 1969–76 September 1976
32 Julius Erving F 1973–76 April 3, 1987
52 Buck Williams F 1981–89 April 11, 1999
[1]

*Not in the rafters.

Individual awards[edit]

NBA Rookie First Team

NBA Rookie Second Team

ABA All-Rookie Team

Playoff appearances[edit]

ABA[edit]

NBA[edit]

Records[edit]

 GP  Games played  FGM  Field-goals  3PFGM  Three-point field goals  FTM  Free throw
 MP  Minutes played  FG%  Field goal percentage[a]  3P%  Three-point field goal percentage[a]  FT%  Free throw percentage[a]
 PTS  Points  REB  Rebounds  AST  Assists  PF  Personal fouls
 PPG  Points per game  RPG  Rebounds per game  APG  Assists per game  OT  Overtime
 STL  Steals  BLK  Blocks  TO  Turnovers
 SPG  Steals per game  BPG  Blocks per game

Individual records[edit]

Career leaders[edit]

Category Player Statistics
GP Williams, BuckBuck Williams 635
MP Williams, BuckBuck Williams 23,100
PTS Williams, BuckBuck Williams 10,440
REB Williams, BuckBuck Williams 7,576
AST Kidd, JasonJason Kidd 4,620
STL Kidd, JasonJason Kidd 950
BLK Johnson, GeorgeGeorge Johnson 863
FGM Williams, BuckBuck Williams 3,981
FG% Dawkins, DarrylDarryl Dawkins .601
3PFGM Kidd, JasonJason Kidd 813
3P% Petrović, DraženDražen Petrović .437
FTM Williams, BuckBuck Williams 2,476
FT% Newlin, MikeMike Newlin .886
PPG Barry, RickRick Barry 30.6
RPG Williams, BuckBuck Williams 11.9
APG Kidd, JasonJason Kidd 9.1
SPG Richardson, Micheal RayMicheal Ray Richardson 2.7
BPG Bradley, ShawnShawn Bradley 3.8
PF Williams, BuckBuck Williams 2,244
TO Williams, BuckBuck Williams 1,811
[2]

Season leaders[edit]

Category Player Statistics Season
MP Barry, RickRick Barry 3,616 1971–1972
PTS Barry, RickRick Barry 2,518 1971–1972
REB Paultz, BillyBilly Paultz 1,035 1971–1972
AST Kidd, JasonJason Kidd 808 2001–2002
STL Richardson, Micheal RayMicheal Ray Richardson 243 1984–1985
BLK Johnson, GeorgeGeorge Johnson 274 1977–1978
FGM Erving, JuliusJulius Erving 949 1975–1976
FG% Moore, MikkiMikki Moore .609 2006–2007
3PFGM Williams, DeronDeron Williams 169 2012–2013
3P% Petrović, DraženDražen Petrović .449 1992–1993
FTM Barry, RickRick Barry 641 1971–1972
FT% Gminski, MikeMike Gminski .893 1985–1986
PPG Barry, RickRick Barry 31.5 1971–1972
RPG Williams, JaysonJayson Williams 13.6 1997–1998
APG Porter, KevinKevin Porter 10.8 1977–1978
SPG Richardson, Micheal RayMicheal Ray Richardson 3.0 1984–1985
BPG Bradley, ShawnShawn Bradley 4.0 1996–1997
PF Dawkins, DarrylDarryl Dawkins 386 1983–1984
TO Porter, KevinKevin Porter 348 1977–1978
[3]

Notes[edit]

  • a Shooting percentages in basketball are calculated by taking the number of field goals, three-pointers, or free throws attempted, and dividing it by the corresponding number of shots taken.
  • b A regulation NBA game is 48 minutes long.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Brooklyn Nets Uniform Numbers". Basketball Reference. Retrieved 29 April 2014. 
  2. ^ "Brooklyn Nets Career Leaders". Basketball Reference. Retrieved 29 April 2014. 
  3. ^ "Brooklyn Nets Season Leaders". Basketball Reference. Retrieved 29 April 2014.